Fortnite Dragon's Roar Guide: Pros and Cons | Vs Other Weapons

Game: Fortnite
Time: 2023-02-13
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Like the Dragon's Fury, Dragon's Roar is also a Legendary Dragon Weapon used in Save the World. Dragon's Roar is a semi-automatic Assault Rifle which has a modest rate of fire and capacity, utilizes Medium Bullets and offers fire damage and can pierce enemies. You will need 15 Blast Powder, 30 Mechanical Parts, 11 Copper Ore and 1 Active Powercell to craft it. As a professional website selling Fortnite Weapons, you can buy this weapon on our website at a reasonable price.

Fortnite Dragon's Roar Guide: Pros and Cons | Vs Other Weapons

It's fundamental that the Epic version of Dragon's Roar is the Dragon Rifle.

 

 

Basic Info

NameValue
Damage30
Crit Chance10%
Crit Damage+75%
Fire Rate5
DPS554.4
Magazine Size20
Range4098
Durability375
Durability per Use0.11
Reload Time2.5
Ammo TypeAmmo: Medium Bullets
Ammo Cost1
Impact80

Trait Synergies

NameClassDescription
Advanced TacticsSoldierRanged weapon damage increased by 10%. Health increased by 10%.
Ammo Recovery ISoldierDamaging an enemy with an assault weapon has a 16% chance to generate 1 ammo for the equipped weapon.
Ammo RecoverySoldierDamaging an enemy with an assault weapon has a 16% chance to generate 1 ammo for the equipped weapon.
Assault Crit DamageSoldierIncrease assault weapon critical hit damage by 36%/54%/70%.
Assault DamageSoldierIncreases assault weapon damage by 24%.
Debilitating ShotsSoldierDealing ranged damage applies one stack of Vulnerability, increasing damage taken from all sources by 5% on the target for 15 seconds. Stacks up to 3 times.
Enduring MachineConstructorYour weapon takes 60% less durability damage while on BASE.
Explosive RoundsSoldierKilling 10 enemies with a ranged weapon deals X damage in a 1 tile radius.
Eye on the PrizeOutlanderEvery 15 headshot kills grants 1 Charge Fragment.
First AssaultSoldierThe first bullet fired after reloading an assault rifle critically hits enemies. Removed on weapon switch.
Fragment GenerationOutlanderEvery 60 kills grant 1 Charge Fragment.
Grenade GenerationSoldierEvery 30 kills with a ranged weapon grants 1 Frag Grenade. Count resets after 15 seconds without a kill.
I Love to Reload!SoldierReloading the equipped weapon increases run speed by 30% for 3 seconds.
Improved HeadshotsSoldierIncreases headshot damage multipler of ranged weapons by 13%/20%/27%.
In a PinchSoldierIncreases weapon reload speed by 35% if the magazine is empty.
Locked and ReloadedSoldierAfter reloading, rate of fire is increased by 25% for 5 seconds.
Make It RainSoldierHeadshotting enemies increases ranged weapon rate of fire by 25% for 5 seconds.
Precision HandlingOutlanderHitting a headshot increases the speed of your next reload by 7%. Max 35%. Resets after reloading.
Quick ClipSoldierIncreases reload speed by 30%.
Start UpSoldierFiring with a ranged weapon increases rate of fire by 1.2% per shot for up to 20 shots. Resets on reload or weapon switch.
Steady AimSoldierReduces recoil by 29%.
SurvivalistSoldierKilling an enemy with an ability or weapon recovers 5 base health per second over 3 seconds. Kills reset the healing duration. Will not activate on full health.
There Are Many Like It...SoldierYour weapon takes 45% less durability damage while affected by War Cry.
War CrySoldierGive a War Cry, affecting friendly characters within 4 tiles for 10 seconds. Grants 45% more damage and 30% attack speed for ranged weapons and 45% more damage and 20% attack speed for melee weapons.
Waste Not Want NotSoldierIncreases ammo capacity of all weapons by 40%.

Availability

Dragon's Roar was readily available as featured loot in Spring Llamas bought from the Vindertech Store during the Spring It On! event.

Pros and Cons

Pros:

High accuracy.

High damage and pierces.

Can penetrate quite a few enemies.

Fire damage is helpful against nature enemies.

 

Cons:

Fire damage is weak against water enemies.

Vs Other Weapons

Dragon's Roar vs Dragon's Might vs Dragon's Claw

 

First, let me introduce two weapons besides Dragon's Roar: Dragon's Might and Dragon's Claw. Dragon's Might and Dragon's Claw are both Legendary Dragon Weapon, Dragon's Might uses Shells 'n' Slugs and deals Fire damage, Dragon's Claw uses Heavy Bullets and deals Fire damage, you can see the difference between them in the table below:

 

Dragon's MightDragon's Claw
NameValueNameValue
Damage60Damage170
Crit Chance5%Crit Chance10%
Crit Damage+50%Crit Damage+75%
Fire Rate4.17Fire Rate0.7
Magazine Size5Magazine Size3
Range256Range256
Durability375Durability375
Reload Time1.6Reload Time3.0
Ammo Cost1Ammo Cost1
Impact240Impact675

 

Considering the fact that they fixed/nerfed Dragon's Roar, which of your three in the Big Wick quest is definitely the greatest weapon selection now?

 

Even with the Dragon's Roar nerf, Dragon's Roar is still the best weapon out in the new event set. Fire Elemental+Affliction along with the only AR with penetrating shots. The Dragon's Might possibly is super negative, the spread for it can be atrocious. In no way utilized the sniper but late game, snipers, generally, they aren't actually viable.

 

 

Dragon's Roar vs Grave Digger

 

Grave Digger is a fully automatic Assault Rifle, which fires medium ammo, deals damage and impact at the cost of accuracy and fire rate.

 

Compared with Grave Digger, I prefer Dragon's Roar can apply more damage ticks than any other assault rifle in the game, it really is a better gun should you are ok with semi-automatic, it can be crazy ammo and durability effective, extremely high damage and pierces while being very accurate.